On this day in history March 4, 1974 – “People” magazine was available for the first time.
1975 – Queen Elizabeth knighted Charlie Chaplin.
1986 – “Today” debuted in London as Englandï¿½s newest, national, daily newspaper.
1989 – Time, Inc. and Warner Communications Inc. announced a plan to merge.
1991 – Sheik Saad al-Jaber al-Sabah, the prime minister of Kuwait, returned to his country for the first time since Iraq’s invasion.
1994 – Bosnia’s Croats and Moslems signed an agreement to form a federation in a loose economic union with Croatia.
1997 – U.S. President Clinton barred federal spending on human cloning.
1998 – Microsoft repaired software that apparently allowed hackers to shut down computers in government and university offices nationwide.
1998 – The U.S. Supreme Court said that federal law banned on-the-job sexual harassment even when both parties are the same sex.